ICF wins $34M contract for program, IT management

Win continues 30 years of support for USPS

ICF International has won a ten-year $34 million contract with the U.S. Postal Service to provide program management and IT management support.

Under the contract, the program management and IT management support will go toward the service’s Mailing Information Systems and Domestics Products divisions.

ICF will support these divisions across a range of activities, including initiatives to increase mail visibility, enhance and protect revenue, measure service performance and integrate all of the service’s products equally, ICF said in a release.

The company has supported the USPS for 30 years, said ICF vice president Troy Baker.

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